Dr. Sophie George

Biology department

email address: georges@georgiasouthern.edu 
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Abstracts for the first symposium on the effect of invasive species on species diversity of native plants at Georgia Southern


OFFICE HOURS:  9:00-10:00 AM Wednesdays. You are welcome to stop by at other times or see me to arrange an appointment. If you are unable to reach me you may leave a message in the Biology Department office, 478-5487. You can also e-mail me at georges@georgiasouthern.edu  Don't hesitate to see me if you need help! 
1. Townsend et al 2008. Essentials in Ecology. Blackwell publishers WEBSITE  or 

2. Stiling, P.D. 2002. Ecology: theories and applications. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey. It might be available online.

Laboratory text: Selected laboratory topics in Ecology prepared by S. George will be used throughout this course. This manual is available at the bookstore;  Bring a calculator to all labs.

Reading assignments from the textbook, website and articles from scientific journals will be given regularly. These readings are meant to complement and elaborate upon the topics presented in lecture.  You will be responsible for these readings as they are assigned 

OFFICE: Room 2202D; Telephone 478 0599

Experimental design & estimating population density of mussels at Tybee island  pictures top right .

Below: Biology Major Matt Krengal with samplers.

Competition for space on rock pilings at Tybee island Georgia. Pink barnacle might be invasive

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